Thursday, August 25, 2016

Night before surgery

My surgery for the hip replacement was switched from today to tomorrow. I'm the first one at 8:00AM and have to make the hour drive to be there at 6:30. It'll be a long day for hubby.

I found myself a little jittery this afternoon so I put on some relaxing music and knit on a sock that I've started.

I decided to run over to the spa for a little floating and whirlpool and sauna.

On my way out I noticed some little flowers which of course I had to pick two sprigs of to bring home.

The one on the left I've seen but not the one on the right.

I'll have to look it up sometime. I'd like to sketch it but no time now. Maybe it'll still be here when I get back.

Tonight I need to have a small bag packed and by the door along with all my meds.

So, I'll be away for a bit. Stay creative.



Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I wish you much success with your new hip and send good vibes to the crew who will do your surgery.

LynneP said...

Best wishes for as easy a time as possible with speedy healing and recovery. I'll look forward to reading your blog when your return.

Linda H said...

Best wishes for a successful procedure and a speedy recovery period. I'll be sending positive vibes to you and your surgeon tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

hi holly...bless the hands, minds and hearts of those caring for you...and blessings to you through your rehabilitation and beyond ...your positive thoughts will be a large measure of your post-surgical success...sally

PaintedThread said...

Be well.

Robbie said...

Good thoughts your way! You'll do just fine!!! Look forward to updates as you start to feel better after surgery! Hubby was sitting up eating dinner the night of his surgery like nothing happened! And walking the next day (with a walker!). You'll be great!!!

Sandi said...

Holly I only noticed your post Sunday morning. I'm sure you flowers thru your surgery with flying colours and should be home soon. Take it slow and easy and rest S needed. All the best for a well timed recovery.

Mereknits said...

Wishing you the very best Holly.